Illustration for Runaway Bay for Breadtop a bakery in Boxhill, Melbourne. The work was commissioned by rptecture architects, a Melbourne based architecture company and were fantastic people to work with.
Ammo is a submission based printed magazine from the UK, comes out in a little package but gives you a huge rush of brightly colored pages. It runs by Dave Hughes and they feature a wide selection of international artists who work primarily as illustrators.
I submitted an illustration based on what I see almost everyday living in Jakarta, a view of the slums. But of course I can’t stop myself in giving it a touch of color. The cover for issue 8 is done by Jessica Fortner; and the mag had interviewed 4 great illustrators Guy McKinley, Ruth Munro, Andy Singleton & Uberkraaft. You can read more about the mag or even better order yourself a copy here or see the rest of the featured artists here.
Did a mascot illustration for Hide ‘n Seek. A creative studio specializing in unique personalized stationery for all occasions. They have great passion in creating photo books and invitations for special events. Take a peek at their Facebook page & get ready to be bombarded will all the cuteness.
The exhibition is over, friends & loved ones crowded the opening, people were smiling & having fun. Beers were on special, warmth were shared & I accidentally spilled someone’s coffee drink all over the cash register counter *spilled it with grace of course*. It was a good night. Thank you to everyone who came & made it into such a good night.
Apparently my painting showed a bit about the painter’s character, someone mentioned how it showed a hint of arrogance and cynicism. I found it interesting because I wasn’t trying to emphasize on that, I was concentrating more on the cultural mood & overall feel. Nevertheless I don’t deny it as long it gets the point across *subliminally or not*.